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Generating HIPAA 5010 acknowledgments in BizTalk Server 2010
Microsoft has released a hotfix that supports 999 functional acknowledgments and 277CA for HIPAA 5010 Errata in Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010. This post will be a quick walk-through on getting the 999s working. To start, download and install the hotfix (part of Cumulative update package 3) at: If you don't have a solution that currently uses 997 responses, and you want to test the 999s out, just do the quick tutorial (Walkthrough (X12): Receiving EDI Interchanges ......

Posted On Monday, December 5, 2011 4:37 PM

BizTalk Server - Microsoft has released HIPAA 5010 Errata schema
Microsoft has release new BizTalk 5010 HIPAA schemas to support the A1 and A2 errata documents. They are bundled with a BizTalk Server 2009 Cumulative Update (#2, to be specific), but you can easily extract just the schemas for BizTalk 2010. The CU2 download is available at: (you'll have to request the download by giving them your email address and having them send you the link). For the HIPAA 5010 Errata schemas, run MicrosoftEdiXSDTemplatesKb2... file ......

Posted On Tuesday, March 29, 2011 9:18 AM

Working with 5010 schemas in BizTalk (part 2)
Assuming that you've already got a HIPAA 4010 application running, and you've now downloaded and examined the 5010 schema, the next step is going to be determing what's changed from 4010 to 5010. For that, you're going to need something more than just eyeballing the two schemas side by side. Washington Publishing Company has a nice set of Change Description Guides that contain all of the information from the 5010 guides and all of the segments from the 4010A1 guides along with a change description ......

Posted On Thursday, November 11, 2010 1:52 PM

Working with 5010 schemas in BizTalk (part 1)
If you're working with healthcare EDI transactions in BizTalk, then you need to be thinking about the upcoming 5010 transaction set implementation. In a nutshell, the 5010 transaction set introduces anywhere from dozens to hundreds of changes (depending on the individual transaction) and paves the way for the upcoming ICD-10 implementation. The timeline for transition is as follows: Jan 2009 Begin Level 1 activities (gap analysis, design, and development) Jan 2010 Begin internal testing for HIPAA ......

Posted On Thursday, October 7, 2010 12:52 PM

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